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European Week of Regions and Cities 2024

October 7 - October 10

The 2024 edition of the European Week of Regions and Cities will take place from 7 to 10 October. Under the motto “Empowering Regions” – thousands of local and regional administrations and authorities, EU institutions, young politicians, academics, NGOs and private sector representatives will gather in Brussels to share knowledge, experiences and ideas on how to bring forward practical and territorial aspects linked to the Cohesion Policy.


•    Competitiveness and convergence: two sides of the same coin  
•    Regions strengthening European democracy 
•    Smart and sustainable growth for regions 
•    Regions got talent 


What is the purpose of the EURegionsWeek?

  • To discuss common challenges for Europe’s regions and cities and examine possible solutions by bringing together politicians, decision-makers, experts and practitioners of cohesion policy, as well as stakeholders from business, banking, civil society organisations, academia, the EU institutions and the media
  • To provide a platform for capacity-building, learning and exchange of experience and good practice for those implementing EU cohesion policy and managing its financial instruments
  • To facilitate cooperation and networking between regions and cities
  • To feed into the debate on EU cohesion policy in a wider context, including recent research and views from third countries and international organisations


Who can participate?

The European Week of Regions and Cities and its events are aimed at:

  • European, national, regional and local government officials and experts in the field of managing and evaluating cohesion policy programmes;
  • Representatives of private companies, financial institutions, European and national associations
  • Members of the European Committee of the Regions and the European Parliament, national, regional and local politicians, including young elected politicians (YEPs)
  • Academics, researchers, postgraduate students and practitioners in the field of European cohesion policy
  • Members of the public who want to express their views and contribute to the debate on the future of Europe and their regions and cities
  • Journalists from European, national, regional and local media


Register here for the sessions and create your personalised agenda!



October 7
October 10